Brought to you by Elephant Family and The Quintessentially Foundation, Travels To My Elephant has welcomed many intrepid explorers on this epic journey across London and India.

“The beauty of riding across India is the way you interact with the country. At the end of the day, this isn’t really a race. Everybody stops and enjoys the surprises along the road. The best part of the 2015 journey was the reaction we received from kids as we drove through town, and when we stopped to chat and have tea with the locals.”

Adam Haggiag, Travels to my Elephant Racer 2015

   

Past Teams

The Magical Mystery Tourists

Karen Yerburgh
David Yerburgh 

 

The Darnalls

Timothy Flynn
James Aquilina
Lee Flanagan

 

The Ganeshtronauts

Mary Powys
Ruth Powys
George Butler
Mark Crowther

“Still in transit but awash in gratitude – what a privilege to share this time with all of you. Can’t stop smiling!”

James Aquilina

Truckies

Ben Elliot
James Poulton 

 

Tartan Tusks

Garreth Wood
Nicola Wood

 

Team La Perla

Julia Hendler
Robert Brotherton
Miriam Hendler

Go Bananas

Jonathan Hewlett
Jane Hewlett 

 

You Tuk’in to Me?

Michael Kovacs
David White
Brandon Hollihan

 

Old Spice

Henry Brett
Alan O’Sullivan
Fiona James

The Tartan Trekkers

Poonam Gupta
Puneet Gupta 

 

Tuskers Trio

David Alexander
Rory Conwell
Nigel Miller

 

The Tuskateers

Nicolas Imrie
Hosham Ibrahim
Luca Innamorato

What an adventure. I am ready to do it all over again

Nicolas Imrie

Colonel Hathi

William O’Shea
Maeve Judge
Thomas Assheton 

 

Colerajas

Nicholas Coleridge
Georgia Coleridge
Sophie Coleridge

 

El Banditos

Waris Ahluwalia
Adam Haggiag
Simon Haggiag
Joshua Carter

Wacky Racers

Dominic Harvey 
Rosanagh Robertson 
Rosanagh Cottingham 

 

One of the great experiences of my life.

Dominic Harvey

   

Highlights from Travels to my Elephant

“I have tried to do my part to highlight how intertwined the future of our own species is with the health of the environments that we live in. I know that these issues can often feel overwhelming. But the process of conservation can also be something joyful.”

Joshua Jackson, Travels to my Elephant Racer 2017